After Fifty Years : A Lincoln Day Program

By: Keeler, Ralph Welles (ed.)

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Stapled, pale gray wraps with black titles and drawing. This copy has some soiling and wear, including some scuffing on front wrap, but is still square and securely bound, a solid copy of this rather scarce booklet. This booklet was prepared as a general program for Lincoln Day celebrations, with readings and music. Copies could be ordered from P. J. Maveety and I. Garland Penn, Corresponding Secretaries of the Freedmen's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Penn was a well-known journalist, educator and Methodist leader. He co-edited The United Negro, His Problems and His Progress (1902). Margins illustrated with vignettes of African-Americans at work in field, home, and shop, in church, and in school. Songs, readings, and other activities to help celebrate a Lincoln Day and emancipation. Not in Work or Blockson. WorldCat locates only nine copies: (Lincoln Presidential Library, Brown, Cincinnati Historical Society, Emory, Frostburg State, Grand Valley State, New York Public Library, Occidental, University of Maine). 1916 ; B&W Cover Drawing; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; (13) pages

Title: After Fifty Years : A Lincoln Day Program

Author Name: Keeler, Ralph Welles (ed.)

Illustrator: Illustrated by Mildred Marion Coughlin

Categories: African - American,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Cincinnati, The Freedman's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church: 1916

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 15691

Keywords: African - American Black Negro Freedmen Abraham Lincoln Paper